Re: How do I use Java instead of php on my websites?

Thanks, It's good to know I can use php and Java together. The link 
should help a lot.

John

On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 05:01:24AM -0400, E.J. Zufelt wrote:
>    Good morning John,
>    You will need to use something like the Tomcat server by Apache to offer
>    Java server pages (JSP) to your users.  However, you don't have to choose
>    either PHP or Java.  You can use PHP and Java together for a website.
>    See:
>    [1]http://php.net/manual/en/book.java.php
>    HTH,
>    Everett Zufelt
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>    On 2010-08-13, at 4:34 AM, John J. Boyer wrote:
> 
>      As you know, BrailleBlaster is being written in Java. It is a desktop
>      application. Making it a web applicationn would be another project.
>      nevertheless, since I am learning Java, I would like to apply that
>      knowledge to my websites. I think that this is what Bookshare does. So
>      where do I begin?
> 
>      The braille knowledge in BrailleBlaster is largely contained in two C
>      libraries, liblouis and liblouisutdml Tarballs for both can be found on
>      the downloads page of [5]http://www.abilitiessoft.com Both also have
>      projecgtg pages on googlecode. They will remain C libraries so that they
>      do not require a run-time environment and thus can be used with various
>      high-level languages. liblouis has Python bindings, and liblouisutdml
>      has Java bindings. BrailleBlaster will call liblouisutdml directly,
>      which will call liblouis for actual translation, while itself doing the
>      xml rendering and braille formatting. It will also add markup in the
>      Unified Tactile Document Language (UTDML).
> 
>      Thanks,
>      John
> 
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